Walking, Drawing and Embodied Cartography: Petörke Lake, Hungary
In this café Fay Stevens will talk briefly about her performative group walk at the Petörke Lake, Hungary and of her thinking and practice around it. She will open up a discussion on walking within the themes of kinetic drawing, embodied cartography, fractals and on walking in circles.
Escaping Accelerated Reality
Slovenian dramaturge, publicist and producer Jasmina Založnik will engage in a conversation about the performativity of walking in the context of art. More precisely, she is interested in a sound walk as a form that evades spectacularity of art products and as a form of slowing down.
Under constant threat
Artist Guilherme Peters, and journalist Andrea Dip, will screen their film Under Constant Threat (Sob Constante Ameaça), a short film based on interviews with around 2500 women, on the constant threat they are faced with while walking on the streets of Sao Paulo, Brazil.
Gender and the city – what is a feminist city anyway?
An interest sparked by her academic research, Sarah Parry hopes to engage you in conversation about what a feminist city may be, what this means for those using it, and how may one be created?
Tales from the Big Trails – walking the UK National Trails
Martyn Howe talks with Andrew Stuck about his 40-year journey to walk all the National Trails in England, Scotland and Wales and the poetry, art and people he met along the way.